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BlackBerry Slider: Coming This Year’s End

At Milken Institute’s Global Conference, BlackBerry CEO John Chen has been hard at work. After CNBC’s interview, here in another interview with Bloomberg, he unveiled the company’s upcoming strategies further and also, that next year, revenue for BlackBerry should start growing again. In addition, he spoke about the upcoming BlackBerry Slider.

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BlackBerry CEO Hints ‘Something Is Brewing’ for Apps Beyond Amazon’s Appstore

In an interview with CNBC at the Milken Institute Global Conference earlier today, one of the key questions which John Chen asked was how he intends to win customers back, and get them back to BlackBerry. The problem for BlackBerry, according to John Chen, has been lack of apps to offer consumers. In return, he…

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BlackBerry To Close Their Software Design Operations in Sweden

According to reports, BlackBerry is seeking to close down its software design operations in Sweden. The business started following its acquisition of The Astonishing Tribe (TAT) in 2010. According to the Svenska Dagbladet, BlackBerry will be letting go just over 150 employees: 93 in Malmö and 60 in Gothenburg. However, it is not clear who…

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BlackBerry CEO John Chen Will Speak at Global Conference 2015

In this year’s round of Milken Institute Global Conference, BlackBerry CEO John Chen and Chief Evangelist Mark Wilson as well as Patrick Soon-Shiong, Chairman and CEO, NantWorks, LLC will be on site as a speaker. This conference brings people from all different areas in to attempt to solve some of the world’s toughest problems. This…

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BlackBerry Acquired WatchDox, To Set-up R&D Center in Israel?

BlackBerry seemed to have made their latest acquisition with the file sync and share platform, WatchDox. The deal is worth approximately between US$150-200 Million, and was apparently signed earlier this week. With that, BlackBerry will also open its first R&D center in Israel, where WatchDox is based. Update: Seems like BlackBerry has confirmed it! BlackBerry…

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Up To US$105 Worth of Apps And Games Up For Grabs On Amazon

Amazon is at it again with their free applications and games. This time, up to US$105 is up for grabs for the Amazon appstore. Whilst they are android based, they still add some fun to the BlackBerry 10, so do check it out!

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Emberify Week-long Sale!

The guys over at Emberify just let us know that they are starting their week-long sale of the applications now! The sale will go on for a week for all the applications. The sale will see their applications get a 50% off the regular pricing.

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Twittly Updated to 2.0.300

Nemory Studios, the guys behind the Twittly application, just let us know that they just updated the application to version 2.0.300. Bringing a big sleigh of bug fixes, do remember to grab it! Twittly is a 3rd party twitter application for BlackBerry 10 that is native and makes twitter beautiful again!

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